How To Get Rid Of Bruntusan Face, Pimples, And Keloids In The Hands?
Hi! I have a skin problem since I accident on the motor and then sewn on the forehead, after my wound healed I appeared very much bruntusan. I’ve tried several types of skincare until skincare containing mercury I have. And instead the bruntusan was full of red and itchy. I went to the doctor and gave the ointment to be cured but my fluid was still there. And now it is severe because it is accompanied by large zits until the edge of the nose. Switching from the face now to the hands after the accident was my hand, I used bio-oil to make the scars disappear but more and here became keloids, I was confused about various brands of disguised remedies for the wound that have been tried but still haven’t disappeared. And now I’m trying to use antibiotics to get rid of my skin problems. I use Dohixat doxycyline. I set myself without the doctor’s advice. I use one time a day after eating. How?
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Before proceeding to your case, we need to remind you that the use of mercury and antibiotics without doctor's advice is a dangerous step. The unwise use of antibiotics has made various bacteria mutate and become more difficult to handle. This creates a loss not only for the person involved, but also for others who are infected. If the bacteria are eventually invulnerable by antibiotics, it is possible that there will be a time when there will be a bacterium that develops and is endemic like the corona virus now that no cure has been found.
Then back to your condition, keloid itself is a congenital abnormality. Some people do genetically have keloids, and this tendency unfortunately cannot be eliminated. You can try several ways to get rid of keloids by surgery, keloid injections, silicone gel, laser, interferon and nitrogen therapy, but this does not eliminate your chances of getting keloid again in the future.
For action, this can be due to exposure to too much sun, exposure to dust and pollution, the effects of stress, the effects of consumption of fast food and oily foods, allergies, and a number of other problems. Our advice, you should go back to your dermatologist beforehand and say that your complaints have not fully improved. You may also go to a beauty clinic for your problem, but don't use antibiotics without doctor's advice and mercury cosmetics for your own safety.
Meanwhile, avoid sun exposure and pollution, multiply the consumption of fruits that contain vitamins C and E such as pineapple, oranges, mangoes and papaya, drink plenty of water, and clean your face twice a day using sulfur-based soap. So, hopefully answering your question.